The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art, & Politics

To see photos I took at the show (which closes June 29, by the way) click here.

I am really looking forward to the opening and exhibit of this important show.

Organized by Yerba Buena Center of the Arts (YBCA), The Way That We Rhyme showcases the politically charged work of a new generation of women. Emphasizing performativity, collaboration and coalition building, the works are influenced by the feminist ideologies and activist movements of the past, while also speaking loudly and clearly to the issues facing women right now.

Artists include: Lisa Anne Auerbach, Andrea Bowers, Nao Bustamante, Tammy Rae Carland, Vaginal Davis, Eve Fowler with Math Bass, Deborah Grant, MK Guth, Taraneh Hemami, Miranda July and Shauna McGarry, LTTR, Leslie Labowitz and Suzanne Lacy, Aleksandra Mir, Laurel Nakadate, Shinique Smith, subRosa, SWOON and Tennessee Jane Watson, The Counterfeit Crochet Project organized by Stephanie Syjuco, The Toxic Titties, Jessica Tully, and RiotGrrl zines from the Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland.


Fri, Mar 28 • 8—11 pm
Grand Lobby, Galleries & Screening Room
$12 in advance, $15 at the door
FREE for YBCA Members and a guest
Celebrate the opening with cash bars, bands Brilliant Colors and The Sarees, DJ Jenny Hoyston (of Erase Errata), performances by Toxic Titties and comedy-disaster-performance vehicle Dynasty Handbag among others, interactive projects by MK Guth, Subrosa and Stephanie Syjuco, and a special film screening curated by Ariella Ben-Dov. Don’t miss another great party!


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